Sometimes, people who are looking through condos for sale at The Fort expect the units to be fully furnished so that they could visualize if they could really settle down there. They can also easily envision how their new home would look, what changes need to be done, and what else can be added to make the condo more comfortable. Since condominiums are compact, its owners or tenants have to make the most of the limited space and that means using borderline genius hacks. Here are some decorations that are not only visually appealing but functional as well!
One of the most jaw-dropping decorations or space maximizing ideas are hidden storage units. Obviously, these are places that cannot be easily seen or are hidden in plain sight. The storage doesn’t always have to be for food, clothes, or books; you can also use it to hide important things such as jewelries and essential documents. You can place hidden storage units everywhere in your unit – keys can be hidden behind a frame, money and some jewelry can be concealed in pretend sockets attached to the wall, and you can include secret compartments in your chairs. You can also use these spaces to hide any eyesores.
Nightshades and lamps usually take more space than necessary on nightstands or tables. That is why, in your room, you should mount the lights on the wall near your bed instead of putting a lamp on the nightstand. This way, there is more space on your desk for other things such as books, phone, or a picture frame. Aside from that, they can also be used as room decorations.
This is especially useful for those who live in smaller condo units with almost no space for anything else other than the bathroom and the bed. Loft beds are a kind of double deck beds, only there is no bed at the bottom. Instead, there’s a space for a desk, a closet, or even a sofa. The loft bed makes use of vertical space, letting you use the horizontal space for more furniture.
Fold up Desks, Dining Tables, and Beds
An example of this is a nice, giant print of a picture hanging on a wall that can be folded into a dining table. Yes, it’s possible! You can also use a futon for a bed or a bed that can fold into the wall if you want a larger space in your room during the day.
Instead of purchasing a bookshelf, attach hanging shelves in your walls instead. If you want, you can also put shelves at the right height with the right width that can double as desks. Aside from this, you can also use cabinets for storing books and other knickknacks. You can put one at the head of your bed if you have no headboard.
These decorations are pleasing to the eyes, making your condo unit look more charming. Since they are functional as well, you will surely save more space and money!